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hi,i am unable to access the bios.i am using windows 10 pro 64 bit.i have tried f2 key anfdel.also uefi firmware setting is missing in advanced options.i am going to be fitting a new ssd in a couple of days,so i will have to chang boot order in the bios.
 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500 CPU @ 3.30GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 7888 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics, -1796 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 47 GB (12 GB Free); E: 931 GB (101 GB Free); F: 859 GB (845 GB Free);
Motherboard: ASRock, H61M-DGS R2.0
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled
 

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Okay, since Windows 10 doesn't normally shut down fully, hold down the Windows and R keys together to get the Run dialogue box open, type in cmd, and then hit Enter. Within the Command Prompt dialogue box, type in the following and then hit Enter: shutdown /s /t 0 (that's a zero at the end). Note: this will turn off your PC, so ensure you've saved all your files and exited applications properly.

Once the PC is shut down fully, hit the Power button and - as soon as you do that - start mashing the F2 key repeatedly to get to setup.
 
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hi,i am unable to access the bios.i am using windows 10 pro 64 bit.i have tried f2 key anfdel.also uefi firmware setting is missing in advanced options.i am going to be fitting a new ssd in a couple of days,so i will have to chang boot order in the bios.
Removing your bios battery for about 10 seconds resets your bios it may fix it by reinstall
 

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Okay, since Windows 10 doesn't normally shut down fully, hold down the Windows and R keys together to get the Run dialogue box open, type in cmd, and then hit Enter. Within the Command Prompt dialogue box, type in the following and then hit Enter: shutdown /s /t 0 (that's a zero at the end). Note: this will turn off your PC, so ensure you've saved all your files and exited applications properly.

Once the PC is shut down fully, hit the Power button and - as soon as you do that - start mashing the F2 key repeatedly to get to setup.
nope,did nothing.
 
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